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Bahrain’s leading delegations programme to stand out again at BIAS2020

Posted 12 March 2020 · Add Comment

A stand out feature at BIAS, the world-class delegations programme will return for the 2020 show. Since its formation, the initiative has attracted an increasing number of military and civil delegations and VIPs, all interested in seeking new business opportunities and leveraging the Kingdom’s position at the heart of the gulf.



The programme is a platform to help provide BIAS exhibitors with the access to the people they want to see, but also provide access for Bahrain’s high level delegates, to meet with who they want to see, and the programme facilitates that meeting in the middle.

The Delegations Programme is overseen by Julie Mears who is assistant director of delegations and protocol at Farnborough International.

Julie describes the importance of this show feature: “We help provide our exhibitors with access to the people they want to see. The Delegations Programme unites government, military and civil delegates from across the globe; we facilitate those all-important meetings.”

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